Jiaunna Arnell is skilled in working with the communities she serves. She received an associate teacher’s achievement certification with Highest Honors from Miramar College, and completed her associate degree in child development in 2018. My current academic goal is to complete my bachelor’s degree in child development at National University and to continue to complete a master’s degree program in child development.
Community Outreach Director
Stefanie Kairs is a biotechnology professional with a background in biochemistry, robotics, and programming. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Data Science at National University and plans to focus her capstone research project on veterans health. Ms. Kairs is a member of the NU Scholars April 2019 cohort, Omega Nu, and the Moms and Dads Club at NU. She is a San Diego native and mother to one rambunctious toddler. She is excited to work with MDC@NU to promote a supportive community for other students balancing rigorous academics with the unique demands of parenting.
My name is Karrie Yi. I am a mother of twin boys, an Active Duty spouse, and a Veteran. My major and passion are Bachelors of the Arts Early Childhood Education. I am an NU Scholar, April 2019 Cohort, and the Omega NU Vice President Student Engagement Guild as well as Moms and Dads Club Secretary.
As a busy mom, wife, and full-time honor student, I know first hand how resources and support systems are needed for a family's quality of life and well-being. To further support the community and the families, I strive to help provide events or help establish family-oriented programs that enhance the communities well-being or educational opportunities for the whole family.
Deborah Nabubwaya Chambers is a health promoter and global health researcher. She is actively involved at National University in San Diego, CA as an ambassador under the NU Scholars Program and serves as a Research Fellow for the School of Health and Human Services at the Spectrum Library. Ms. Chambers earned a Master of Public Health from National University and is currently pursuing her second graduate degree in Healthcare Administration at the same school. She earned a B.A. degree in Psychology from Daystar University, Kenya. Ms. Chambers recently conducted a qualitative global health research on breast cancer care at Kenyatta National Hospital in Kenya. Additionally, she is researching on low health literacy and its effect on access to healthcare in refugee communities in the San Diego County.
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